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a look at some sectors we've seen here. technology, a tough day, apple's been down, finance has been down, because bank of america has been down. so it's not just the commodity story here as well, some disappointments on the bank earnings, energy, industrials, materials also on the weak side. commodity countries, and this is another way you can look at this, there's peru, brazil, canada, australia, south africa, these are all exchange-traded funds you can buy, all down about 2% on the day. finally, guys, the thing that's worrying me, we've been in an up trend all year. now for two days, monday and today, we have had big down days with big volume, 90% of the volume to the downside, those are very big days, when you see that kind of thing happen, and some people are now starting to wonder whether we have a trend reversal on. instead of an up trend in the market, in fact, that's not happening anymore. that's the big debate going on down here. >> when you look at that chart you just showed, bob, it certainly raises the question. thank you. >> you bet. >>> about 12 minutes before the closing b
francis and here is "who made money today". anyone shorting apple. the stock crashed today falling below 400 bucks for the first time in more than two years. that means for the apple has lost it's title as the world's most valuable company. that title goes back to exxonmobil. so who is not making money? pretty much everyone else. it was a terrible day on wall street. the dow fell 138 points. all three major intoday he is sees closed in the red. one of the biggest looser of the day was former vice president rand self-proclaimed internet inventor al gore. gore sits on apple board of directors. he owns nearly 62,000 shares. he lost $1. million at least on paper. sorry about that, al. even when they say it's not it is always about money melissa: ebay and american express releasing their earnings. let's go right to dennis kneale at the breaking news desk and, dennis, what is the latest? >> ebay posting robust results but wall street is not happy. shares are down 2 1/2% after-hours. here's why. earnings per share, wall street wanted 63 cents. came in at 62 cents. never mind that is up from 44
: this company is a cop that works old 2 g to 3 g phones, correct? >> when everyone gets excited in china, apple and galaxy phones are selling real well which they are. that is very small part of the growth going on within smartphones within china. most of the smartphone growth is coming, players like cool pad, lenovo, and phones cost 50 to 60 u.s. dollars. spreadtrum provides phones for largely for china mobile network. we see 20% growth. trades five times earnings. liz: by the way we'll put the names up on facebook.com/afterthebell page. let's get your next pick. this is sort of a social e-commerce or social media play where host data centers are able to absorb all that is happening in the social networking world. >> yeah. it's really a derivative play on internet services in china. besides e-commerce we're seeing a huge, be huge pickup in terms of social networking sites as well as online video. online video in china is set to replace traditional tv. traditional tv in china run by the government. online tv is more in terms of that. 21 vianet is kind of like where we have here the internet com
, supposedly. >> it's interesting, that's the same thing people said about the shares of apple when they were selling off, that you had to sell your winners to pay for other stuff. >> if you need liquidity, you go where -- >> i think it's more japan than cyprus, don't you think? >> it's more dependent on cyprus? >> no. more japan than cyprus. >> there were rumors that cyprus was selling gold. >> i saw those rumors. >> to get it started, there were so many -- and it was pointed out yesterday, i think i was reading something from peter chip, who loves gold, that when it went up to a thousand or 1200, maybe that was all fundamentally true. but then once it went up to 1200, but then once all the investment guys that were having trouble getting returned in equities, once they saw that there was momentum there, all kinds of investment money went into it to try to chase return. >> but he was saying 1200 is fundamental? that's still down a couple hundred from where it is now. >> there were people saying 1260 people last week saying 800 or 900. >> so does bid coin track gold? >> apparently. apparently
the tablet market, aren't they? who is there first? >> apple. >> because it's an ipad. >> exactly. ipads there and other companies, google nexus is a big one. samsung has some coming down the line here. we'll diversify away from the ipad but intel is underrepresented there. >> what about these new half tablet, half pc things that are half clam shell but you can pull them apart. does intel have a chance to lead there? >> there are a number of factors. the one you're referring to is a convertible. they are really focused more on ultrabooks and sliders where you can actually slide the top display and flip it over and it turns into a tablet. >> they are expensive and haeav, right? >> some ultrabooks will be priced at 499 this year. that's a new low price point for them. >> the stuff with intel in that their bragging rights have to do with manufacturing process and how well they're doing there. is that a reason to buy the stock? when gross margins go up, i heard that you buy stock when margins are rising and sell it when they're going back down. are either one of those factors enough to o
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